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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 May 1864

TO SlnsC llBllCRlI In order tIn ro postgrp rre intend to adopt t ypln wrrlich I already pursued b serveral other Ipanpera anc d achnorldarI the receilt qj remlttances in this colulmn fnstrad of by t letter. Paysof tlhe Week. Da , 1. tin irlrsifiun Wit AIh , C X.E II, | .?WI)nI)AY .......... 3?ly ll I t n 4 TtIIIUIII)AY ............ 12 04; h 0 o SFlUDAYT......I......... 33 0 48 4 7

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 May 1864

DIED ON the 9th May, at his residence, Wollondlilly River, Mlr. 1'ArlLrKn N'oTo, nativo of lolinlngorry, County Tipperary, Ireland, aged 66 years. \VEZDNESDAY~, hIAYL 11, 1801.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 May 1864

Improvements in Harness. BY IIER MAJESTY'S ROYAL LETTERS PATENT. MRi. JAMES SMITII, Of Botany, Patentee, SEGS to call the attention of the public to his new and improved method of manufacturing IIAR NESS by means of rivets instead of sewing, by which great durability is secured, and the possibility of rip ping entirely prevented. This invention is ocknow. ledged by all persons of practical experience who have examined it to be most important and completely successful.: It is recommended for its extreme sim plicity, and the ease with which accidents can hbe re paired even by an unskilled person. Notwithstanding these advantages, the prices are no higher than those of the ordinary manufacture. Samples' can o inspected and orders received at 29, Iine-street West, SYDNEY. 607 Investments in Debentures, Bank and other Shares MAY always be obtained or disposed of, at current prices, on application to LENNON & CAPE, Stock and Share Brokers, 1665 Terry's Buildings. Pitt-street, Sydn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 May 1864

Ball and Supper. THE FLAG HOTEL, BINDA.. EFDWARD nORIISS, proprietor of the above, J respctfullyv invite% s i friends and thn public to a FARIEWELL BALL and SUPPER, (gratis), at theo aboe Hlouse, on the 24th itstant. 820 EDWAIRD MORRISS. BALL AT GUNNING. A. PUBLIC PIALL will ho held at Mr. Jamet Stnmith's, GUNNING, on NONDAY, the 16th instant. Double tioko ts ........................ an. Od. Single ditto ..................... as. 6d. 821 S', O?(l0 TO LN)ND in sums from £10 to J'. g ./ £500, npon ileposit ofdecds,and approved bills discounted without dolnay iJOSEPII COLLINS. Argylo Loua anod )iscount Office, 810 .Montngue-otroot, A Good Stook of PINE, Cedar, Palings, Slhab, Posts, Iails, Floor. io -bolnoords, Lime, Wcather.boardst,, Laths, Blricks, Nails, Ilattens, Shingles,.Scantling, &c., &a, well seasoned, it O. AVERY'S Yard, 822 Auburn-street, Goolllutrln. Chronicle Accounts. fI'llE, hooks of the Goulhurn Chroniole are now - closedl nd lie ancounts posted. All por...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 May 1864

Preliminary Notice. FARMS AT MUMMIELL. P. DIGNAM AND CO. Ilavo received instructions to sell by public auction At their Rooms, Auburn-street, ON AN EARLY DATE, T1 l E UNSOLD LOTS OF the 1VIUMI1VWELL ESTATE, particulars of which will shortly be given. 2944 Wednesday and Friday Next. REGULAR SALES. P. DTGRNARM AND CO. Will sell by public auction, At their Sale Yards, Salutation Inn, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY NEXT, At eleven o'clock, H[ ORSES broken to SADDLE and SDRAUGHT. Terms-cash. 8099 Wednesday, 18th May.. TO BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS, AND OTHERS. P. DIGNAM AND CO. Have received instructions to sell by public auction, At the rear of the New Argyle Store, ON WEDNESDAY, 18TH MAY, At eleven o'clock, S QUANTITY OF BUILDING MATE RIALS, including Shop-front, glazed sashes Pair heavy half-glass shop doors with shutters Window sashes, frames, architraves, linings, sills, &e. Pair story posts, folding doors Sheet lead, fit for flushing and guttering &c., &c. 897 Terms-cash. ...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 May 1864

C"OMMERCIAL. WHEAT AN D oun.-At Conolly's Mill: -Nino flour, £28 per ton; seconds, £27; if loss than half ton, Is. per 100lb. extra; wheat, ts. 04. to 10s. per bushell, the latter for primoe samples, plump and clean; pollard and bran, ls. 4d. per bushlecl. At Emanuel's 3lll:-irFlno lour, £28 per teon; 'seeonds, £27; if less than half ton, Is. per 100 lb. extra; wheat, 8s. to l0s. per buslhel pollard and bran, Is. 4d. per bushel. AucetoEEOns' Ronasa-Messrs. P. Dlgnam and Co. re Iport :-Fat Cattle.-Thls market Is flly "supplied with ordlnary cattle, but no prime has been offered. On Tiles day we sold a mob to the trade at £2 s.. to £0 7s. 0d., hut these could only be classed as good conditioned store. A draft of prime will command attentioen and realize quotations, but inferior meat will not rell.--Store Cattle.-There are no biyers In the market foir small quantlties;and such rule ery low. To-day we placed a yard of'bullocks it for workers, at £2 5s., and the residue of the mob, mixed...

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BRAIDWOOD ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 May 1864

BDRAIDWOOD ANNUAL RAbES. (From a correspondent.) Tio annual meeting commenced at Braidwood on Wednesday last, and with every promise of becoming a perfect success, as the largest field of horses ever known to assemble in the district was gathered to gether on the occasion. The weather was all serene, and the general arrangements of the stewards were excellent, all the entries except those which are usually taken at the post having been takeon on the previous evening. A large number of sporting men were present, in eluding visitors from Yass, Coonma, Biega, Goulburn, Tumut, and Qucanbeyan, but the supply of tin was only moderate, very little money changing hands, at least on the first day. tlugh Wallace, Isq., of Nithsdale, acted as judge, and iowland Hassall, Esq., of Exeter Farm, as starter. The booths were liberally patronised during the day, but there was less drunk;onness than is usual at such gatherings, the number of persons on foot being limited in consequence of'a charge bei...

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THE GATE PA EVACUATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 May 1864

TIE GATE PA EVACUATED. April 30.-To-day I have to conclude my letter with the news that the Gate pa was ovacuated last night, and that the great body of the rebels have escaped. This in telligenco I did not anticipate; still I a n not at all surprised at it. The facts, so far as I can hoear at the mo moent, are those, After dark last night the skirmishers ad vanced to the front of the pa, and opened a heavy fire upon it, and a cohorn mortar was got into position within fifty yards of the parapeot The rebels replied to our lire up 1111 about nine o'clork, when the firing from the pa eonnsed, Mijor roaveno, , A. QM, (leneral, who had been hIlro the pa dhin'lg the nitirmeinglll a elnal , ?orpt lip to it shout tln o'Ioll and ianlllld from the i I llmes thalt it had been esuant l ii, No 00?telplt w04 tha1 tiadu Io lste'i it, 11 rhlf ri hbig gallant officor crept up to the p<i time, and found that it Wa deserted. Firing was hoard about this tic: extreme loft of the enemy's line...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. THURSDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 May 1864

SYDNEY SUMMARY. Tnsisu.vY afternoon. in. PAnRES has defeated his opponent Dr. Hamilton by 166 votes, and is therefore member for Kiama. His election may be considered a triumph for the anti.state-aid party. The electors of Kiama, have ;hown their good sense and independence; and hace sot an example in this matter which I hope will be followed by other constituencies. Mr. Parkes, in returning thanks, told the electors that he intended taking up the position of an independent, neutral member, supporting those views which he believed to be for the general benefit, and opposing those which he conceived to be prejudicial to the com munity. As to general political questions, he said, his creed was thoroughly known; and without entering into any unnecessary details he would state that he should not deviate from the principles which had hitherto marked his career. He would not under any circumstances adhere unreservedly to any government in power, nor would he follow the stops of any set of...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 May 1864

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 May 1864

I: s brought by the Northam, and nro pears in another part of our paper, SI whole rather dull and uninterest : o have nearly all fallen into a habit . i ting great news when a previous : brought us accounts of incidents are disturbed the political horizon of -- o doubt every one of our readers S, t to have received an account by this i:, a continental war. They imagined, .: ; , that England would take up arms mark--that France would bid her m guard march to the banks of the "'?;;:-that Italy would have attacked , to recover Vonotia-and that Hun wrofiting by the general confusion, have snatched her liberty from Aus But a perusal of our telegram will .i. to such ideas. ' r Denmark, the most interesting a?t:r f news comes from Turkey, whose has abolished all restrictions on the S!on of the press. This is an example aol mporor of France dare not imitate; '11' o we may conclude the Sultan is more Jo, in the esteem of his subjects than his ci ,r potentate. It is significant this 1u; lism ...

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BRAIDWOOD, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 May 1864

BRIA)?WOOD, Friday night. The races terminated to-day. The Trial Stakes of 20 sovs., for all two-year olds; once round. Villetto walked over. The Ladies' Purse of 40 sovs., with a sweep of 2 guineas each to go to the second horse; heats, twice round. Won by Boomerang; Berganmot second. The Consolation Stakes and Forced Handicap won by IBlue-tailed Fly.

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LATEST FROM EUROPE AND AMERICA. ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 May 1864

LATEST FROM EUROPE AND AMERICA. ARRIVAL OF TILE MAIL STEAMER. TiE following was published in the forenoon of last Wednesday, as an extraordinary to mur issue of that day : ('ia ELP.eloTI THLEORAPIl.] The A.S.N. Coflpany's branch steamer Rangatira arrived at Adelaide last night, bringing the South Australian portion of the European mails, per the P. & 0. Com pany's steamer Northam. The Northam arrived at King George's Sound on Thursday last. The following are the most important items of news: The Queen's health has improved. The Duke of Nowcastle is ill. Rowland Hill has resigned the secretary shlip of the post-office. At Shoffield the water-works reservoir hand burst. 250 lives were lost, and £2,000,000 property destroyed. Great distress now exists in Ireland. The conference on the affairs of Denmark and Germany was appointed to commence in London on the 12th April. The distress in the manufacturing dis tricts is reported to be on the decrease. The sum of one thousand pounds...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 May 1864

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [FROM oUR TLELEORPIIIIC CORRESPO\NDENTS.] SYDNEY, .Friday evening. Tue Souchays from Auckland has arrived, bringing news to the 6th. Taranaki papers state the late defeat of the Maoris in their attack on Sentry Hill redoubt was the most successful during the war. Colonel Warre had sent reinforcements, fearing another attack. General Cameron is still at Tauranga, awaiting reinforcements. Lieutenant Glover and four of the wounded soldiers have died since last advicees. Colonel Booth and the other officers who fell have been buried at the mission ground. The total loss of the rebels in the late engagement was only 19, the remainder of those who defended the pa have retired to the Wairoa pa. Another engagement is reported to have taken iftace at Maketu; General Cameron had despatched the Sandfly to obtain the particulars. The friendly natives attacked the rebels near MIaketu, and killed sixty of them. Friday night. The case of William Nash versus the Bank of New Sou...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 May 1864

AMERICA. The struggle between the Federals and the Confederates continues with varying success. General Grant had succeeded Halleck as commander-in-chief of thle Federal forces. WeVo areo indebtedto the S. M.Horaldforthe following summary of English and other news: The Australian January mails were delivered in London on the 13th and 18th March. The Queen's health has much improved, and she was present at the christening of the infant son of the Prince of Wales on the 10th of March. The Prince of Wales held two levees, and the Princess of Walcs a drawing-room on behalf of her Stajesty on tholth March. 'Ihe Duke of Newocastle was suddenly seized with illness, and for some time his life was despaired of. The parliamentary session before Easter was charntacerised by more violent, and more disgraceful persornalitis than have ever before beeon known. The ministers lay all the blame on the opposition. According to reports the excitemont in the House of Commons was at one time so great tha...

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LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [VIA SUEZ.] LONDON, 2nd April. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 May 1864

LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAI S. [viL sUEZ.] Lomorw, 2nd April. The Queen holds her Court at Buckingham Palace on the 4th April. The Volunteer Review was not considered very surcessful. The Pope is reported to be seriously ill. The fresh attempt to storm the Danish position at Duppel has proved unsuccessful, and. the siege of Fredericia has been suspended. The Conference on the Danish question opens in London on the 12th April. The Archduke Maximilian appears unwilling to relinquish his chance of succession to the Austrian throne, and has postponed his acceptance of the Mexican Crown. An American steamer was wrecked off Queens town Harbor. In America, the Federal General, Grant, has been superseded by General Halleck, and a renewed attack on Richmond is in contemplation. The naval attack on Mobile has been abandoned. The Confederates are resuming the offensive, and President Lincoln meditates a draft of 700,000 men. AMr. Chase has abandoned the contest for the Presidency, and the Republic...

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ELEANOR'S VICTORY. CHAPTER XIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 May 1864

ELEANOR'S VICTORY. BT TiHE AUTiOIL Or LADY AUDLEY'S SECRIET, &0. CIIAITILt XIIx. A PITAETON and pair was in waiting for Mr. llo0nckton outside the Slough station. The vehicle was very plain but had a certain quiet elegance of its own, and the horses had been sold at Tattersall's for something over five hundred pounds. Eleanor Vane's spirits rose in splite of her self as she sat by the lawyer's side, driving at a rapmid rate througl the pretty pastoral country. They crossed the river ilmost im mediately after leaving Slough, and dashed into Berkshire. They skirted Windsor Park and Forest, leaving the black outline of the castle.keep behind them ; and then turned into a quiet country road, whore the green banks were dotted by clumps of early prim roses, and the white-thorns were bursting into flower. Eleanor looked rapturously at all this rural beauty. Site was a Cocknoy, poor child, and her experience of the country was confined to rambles in Greenwich Park, or on Richmond Te...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 May 1864

't1STRAL SIAN FREEMASONS' HAL A .I?I?ytlOTEL, 191, Yorkostreet, Sydney: ALFRED I.aDFoRD. proprietor. A.DST CLASS AccOMMODATION for gentle e?n _'rivate families will at this hotel find the comrn " frtsf n home. fertso a b • , - -- - Produce Stores. ESSIRS. DURHAM and IRWIN are prepared to receive wool, sheipsltios, tallow, hides, &er , for rale by auction or privately, at their Prodno eleecs Circular Quany, Sydney. Liberal advances made on wool, sheepskins, tallow, and hides consignced to thetm for nale or shipment. Cierular Quay, Sydney. 116 TO .S OZ E?,? .S. 4RRFTT'S TmIST, genuine. sound. and war B ranted. Best American IIONE'YDEW, 6s. &r lb. PIPES, in meerschannm, wood, clay, &o., froma d. to £1 each. At H. DE BARR'S. SCOTT, WILLIAMS, & CO. (LATE CHARLES SCOTT AND CO) ",99, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, O 0PPOSIoE? TIIE ROYAL HOTEI., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL IRON S? IONGERS, AND :JImporters of Saddlery, &c., &o. 411 LONDON TAVERN, Auburn-stree...

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ATTACH ON THE GATE PA, AND REPULSE OF THE TROOPS.—SERIOUS LOSS OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 May 1864

ATTACK? ON TILE OATE PA, AND ILEPULBE OP THEi T1001'S.--sERIOUB Loss Or LI?E. Tauranga, April 29.--I forwarded a let ter, written on the 27th instant, detailing the particulars of the advance on the Gate pa, by the force under Gonoral Camoron's command. Presuming that that communi cation reached its destination, and has boon published, I will not rofor to the traneac tions of that day, oxcopt so far as will make what I am now about to relate intelligible to those who have not road my previous lotter, Tho advanco wasn mndo at nine o'clokc nll the forenoon of the 27th from 'l'r Papa camp, al a position takten ullp before the robol works, situate about two and ia half milea from the mIssion house, Only two tguu wore put in position, on the right of our camp, but heavy ordnance and ammu nition were brought up to the rear, under cover of the hill on which the General had established himself. The natives showed themselves on the first day. Yesterday, thie 28th, was spent by us in preparin...

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THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 May 1864

TIIE WAlt iN NEW ZEALAND. BY the ship Adelaide Belle, which arrived at Newcastle on the 9th' instant, we have Auckland papers to the 29th April. The following is from the Southern Cross of that dato: SUCCESSFUL BORBARDME?5NT O LIAiAKETU, AND RETREAT OF TIE RIEBELS. HT.M. Steamship Falcon arrived last even ing from Tauranga, and we have thereby received particulars of the successful oper ations of our naval and land forces at Makotu. Oile Tuesday last General Cameron and stall left Tauranga, in the gunboat Sandfly, for Makotu, for the purpose of reconnoiter ing the enemy's position there, and to ascer tain if there was sufficient water for one of the men-of-war to get within range of the enemy.. It was found that they could ap proach within a distance that would allow them.to shell the pas which the enemy had thrown up there, and the General accord ingly returned the same. evening, 'and gave. orders for the Falcon to start.at. daybreakl for IMaketu.' This was the more necessary, as M...

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